SiriusXM The Verge Presents The Top 40 Songs of 2019

The Glorious Sons Top 40 Songs

The Glorious Sons live in Toronto

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It’s hard to believe that not only is it nearly the end of another year but it’s the end of a decade. 2019 was a wild year for everyone. Whether you’ve spent it thinking about the political landscape, climate change or Baby Yoda, it was a challenging year of ups and downs. Before we can gaze optimistically into the future of 2020, we must first reflect on the brilliant music that 2019 has provided us here at The Verge.

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This year we saw a lot of big moves from both new bands and groups we known and loved for years.
We saw Alexisonfire make the comeback that we had all been yearning for for over a decade with “Complicit”, which earned its rightful spot of the list this year

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Speaking of the St. Catherine’s Ontario outfit, AOF alumni Dallas Green is duking it out for the top three spots in our list for the second year in a row. 2019 was a very busy year for Green with the release of his record A Pill for Loneliness.

The Beaches had a huge 2019. Not only did they release the phenomenal EP The Professional, but they also played the opening show of the CFL Grey Cup this year. Continuing to woo us with their glam-garage sound, The Beaches have earned two spots on our list this year. This was no easy task considering only one other band managed to do that this year – PIP.

PUP released the wildly entertaining album Morbid Stuff. With tracks like “Kids”, “See You at Your Funeral” and “Sibling Rivalry” it’s no wonder this Toronto punk band was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize.

2019 also blessed us with new albums from Tegan and Sara, Broken Social Scene, Metric and Mac DeMarco. There was such an abundance of tunes this year that we were spoiled for choices to build this list.

Make sure you tune in to hear it all and most importantly see who took the coveted #1 spot.

Listen live to SiriusXM The Verge now.

Hear The Verge’s Top 40 Songs of 2019

Saturday, December 7th at 9 ET
Monday, December 9th at 8 ET
Wednesday, December 11th at 3 ET
Friday, December 13th at 9 ET
Saturday, December 14th at 12 ET
Sunday, December 15th at 6 ET
Wednesday, December 18th at 12 ET
Friday, December 20th at 8 am ET
Saturday, December 21st at 10 am ET
Sunday, December 22th at 4 ET
Monday, December 23th at 7 ET
Tuesday, December 24th at 5 ET
Wednesday, December 25th at 2 ET
Thursday, December 26th at 6 ET
Friday, December 27th at 8 ET
Saturday, December 28th at 3 ET
Sunday, December 29th at 7 ET
Monday, December 30th at 5 ET
Tuesday, December 31st at 4 and 8 ET
Wednesday, January 1st at 10 ET

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